Founded in 2013 by Brett Greene and Red Russak, New Tech Seattle is the fastest growing meetup event in Seattle’s history and meetup.com history. In 2014 New Tech expanded to add a sister monthly event, New Tech Eastside. NTS and NTE are the largest ongoing monthly events in Seattle with over 500 monthly attendees and over 11,000 members.
Each month new technology is presented from startups and major companies in front of a crowd filled with the movers, shakers, entrepreneurs and technology enthusiasts driving tech in the Seattle area.
New Tech Seattle and New Tech Eastside are the places where you’ll always make great connections, enjoy great food and drinks, learn about new companies doing cool things, laugh, smile and have a fun night out. You’ll also discover the people, partners and resources to help you to build your career or company.
Past presenters have ranged from early stage startups to enterprise level Seattle inspirations including Moz, Appature, Decide.com (acquired by eBay), Buteeq (acquired by Priceline), Simply Measured, Avalara, Apptio, Killer Infographics, GoDaddy, ebay, Julep, Microsoft, Zillow, Nordstrom, PayScale and Amazon.
ANYONE interested in new tech or innovation is invited to join us for food, drink, fun, community connections and five awesome presentations of new technology from Seattle startups and major companies. This collaborative event expands to the broader community to contribute advice from local experts to entrepreneurial projects, companies and non-profit organizations.
Experience Seattle’s signature monthly events to tap into the Seattle tech scene and meet people who are passionate about startups, co-working spaces, meetup groups, accelerators, and technology driven companies of all sizes and groups who are doing great things for the community. Join us at http://newtechseattle.com
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